Smaller amounts of cannabis can still provide health benefits
Perhaps many are not yet familiar with the new type of cannabis consumption called microdosing. However, it is now becoming a trend and is definitely bringing tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) back to play an important role in the cannabis market. This technique is based on the consumption of small doses of a psychoactive substance, as the idea is not to get “stoned,” but to see positive effects when it comes to health benefits.
If microdosing is applied correctly, many people can enjoy many advantages, without the need for certain drawbacks, like cognitive functioning and behavior as such. According to several studies, if a person is looking for relief from chronic pain, it would really only take as little as 5mg of THC to inhale via ultra-precise vaporizing. In this way, the goal can be accomplished without having to go through the side effects that are common with high doses of THC, including anxiety, paranoia, and altered consciousness. In addition to this, if the person is faithful to the use of CBD, microdoses of THC fit perfectly, as they greatly aid the efficacy and action of that compound.
The vaporizer is not the only way in which microdoses of cannabis can be applied; there are also products such as oils, tinctures, THC-infused beverages, and certain edibles such as chocolates and gummies. At the end of the day, whether you are trying to relieve those aches and pains that won’t let you move, you want to calm your anxiety, or reduce stress, this technique will be of great help. Sometimes you don’t need large doses to reach your goal. It’s just a matter of knowing how to apply the product to find a balance point that is good enough to end the discomfort.